Rev. Heather Weaver-Orosz is on Study Leave and returns to Service on Sunday, July 15th.

This Sunday, July 1st, we are honoured to have Beth Dohn lead the service…

A month ago, Beth became a new Trinity-member, transferring from Central United in Welland. Beth was raised in Welland, the oldest of 7 children.  Husband Jim is the youngest of 7 children.  They’ve lived in Albright Gardens for 7 years. 

If you think that’s an interesting pattern, listen to this. Beth’s favourite month is December. She and Jim were married in December, their daughter and son were each born in December, both their mothers were born in December… on the same day of the month, and each has a sister born in December.  The family sings Happy Birthday a lot in December. 

As a young girl, Beth’s church life involved Mission Band, Explorers and CGIT. Later, she would lead a CGIT group, and then led the junior choir.  

Her daughter Carol was born during the time Beth led the junior choir. Carol became involved with choirs herself and Beth’s granddaughter sings in Chorus Niagara’s junior choir. 

When her son Alan was born, Beth was accompanist for the Junior Choir. Alan is now the music director at Central in Welland. 

Beth has held a number of church posts across several decades and is licenced as a Lay Leader.  But there’s more. Outside church, Beth spent several decades as a supply teacher…mostly for the separate school board. She also taught driver’s education for 13 years… so drive carefully if she’s watching.

And if that isn’t enough… for the past 5-and-a-half years she’s been a volunteer at McNally-House Hospice.  And for fun, she likes gardening and playing solitaire.

Sunday, July 8th is a special day… many hymns, and psalms with the service being lead by Armand Romagnoli, Rosemary Addison and Andrew Poaps.


Thanks for visiting our website.

We hope you will get a sense of who we are during your visit. However an even better way to do that is to come in person some Sunday morning, (10:30 am), join us for a service of worship and stay for coffee afterwards. Or, if you prefer, drop by the church any weekday between 9 am and 1 pm. Either way, we’d be very glad to meet you.

We’re located at the corner of King and William Streets in downtown Beamsville  (click for map). Parking is available behind the church, accessible from King St. Our main door is on William St.

We are an historic church, circa 1899. Beautiful stained glass windows surround our sanctuary, superbly carved oak adorns our pews and furnishings. The sense of history and tradition is strong. But there is much about us that is current. Our sanctuary and Sunday School rooms have recently been refurbished. We are fully accessible (washrooms and elevator), have hearing assist devices in the sanctuary, use power point presentations in our services, serve coffee, tea and juice before, during and after the service and we’re air conditioned.

We are much more than a building, we are a diverse group of faith minded residents of Beamsville, Lincoln and the Niagara Region.  We look forward to welcoming you in a way that you wish to be welcomed.  We’ll see you at the front door whenever you chose to come.

Trinity United Church Beamsville,
is a dynamic Christian congregation challenged

by God’s call to provide spiritual worship
and care for the world and its peoples.

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